HackedThat: Minding the backdoor

Daniel DeGroff

Hack This

Earlier this summer, we published a comprehensive Guide to User Data Security detailing steps to harden a server and secure applications. We provisioned a couple Linode servers and hardened them to the guides specifications to stand by our claim. We shared the IP addresses and proposed a challenge. 

Github: https://github.com/inversoft/2016-security-scripts

Hack This: https://hackthis.inversoft.com

We dared anyone to hack our database. To add incentive, we offered a fully loaded MacBook Pro as a reward. 

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Kelly Strain

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Like your avatar? You can keep it.

Daniel DeGroff

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Did you know that you can now bring your avatar with you when you log into Passport?

Gravatar provides users with a globally recognized avatar. If you already have a Gravatar account then you need not do anything else, we’ve taken care of everything. For those without a Gravatar account you’ll still see a randomly generated Gravatar. Everyone wins.

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Inversoft Announces New Cloud Offerings

Kelly Strain

Inversoft Cloud Offering

Based on the feedback we received over the last few months we are now offering cloud solutions to better suit the needs of our customers.

Our goal is to help companies protect their brand, prevent incidents and connect with their users. We are taking these basic principles one step further by simplifying the delivery of our products. With new cloud offerings, we give you the features and tools you need faster than before. The cloud setup saves you valuable time, allowing you to focus on what really matters: Your Brand.

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Hacktivist Protests Poor Security Practices

Kelly Strain

security ghost in the shell

 

GhostShell leaked an estimated 36 million account details from 110 poorly configured MongoDB servers. This hack, dubbed Project Vori Dazel, marks one of the largest breaches this year.                                                                                                                          

“I am leaking more than 36 million accounts/records of internal data from [networks] to raise awareness about what happens when you decide not to even add a username and password as root or check for open ports, let alone encrypt the data.” GhostShell via Pastebin

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